Naples Attorney Jennifer Siegal-Miller Expands Role to Help Southwest Florida Children
Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., is pleased to announce that Attorney Jennifer Siegal-Miller has joined the Board of Directors for two Southwest Florida non-profit organizations focused on helping children: Books for Collier Kids and the Guardian ad Litem Foundation for the 20th Judicial Circuit (“GALF”).
Books for Collier Kids provides new, top quality books for every child K-2 who attends a Collier County Title I School and Head Start Program. In March 2018, the organization reached a milestone of distributing one million books to children in Collier County.
The GALF supports the Office of the GAL of the 20th Circuit, which provides advocacy for the children of Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry, and Glades counties. GAL volunteers are the eyes, ears, and voices for children who are abused, neglected and abandoned.
Siegal-Miller focuses her practice in all areas of Divorce, Marital, and Family Law Division. She guides her clients through the family law process, including dissolution of marriage (divorce), adoption, paternity, child support, and spousal support enforcement.
Siegal-Miller is active in the Naples community. She serves as a New Parent Ambassador at the Community School of Naples and is a member of the Mitzvah Day Committee and Preschool Advisory Committee at Temple Shalom in Naples. Siegal-Miller also does volunteer work with her husband, Adam, and three boys for Meals of Hope and for Jewish Family and Community Services, where she previously served on the Board of Directors.
Siegal-Miller received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1996) and her J.D. degree from the University of Denver, College of Law (2000). She is admitted to practice in Florida, Massachusetts, Washington, DC, and New York.